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The anti-corruption norm in both scholarship and the policy world has too narrowly focused on the domestic and institutional context of bribe-taking and public corruption. Instead, we argue that corruption in the contemporary global economy requires a multiple set of connected transactions, processes and relationships that take place within informal transnational networks that blur the line between illegal and legal activities. These networks include multinational companies, elites in hostdoi:10.1080/02634937.2015.1010799 fatcat:mw64mrrfrjge5hu2dsk6ndwkyi